1st Edition

Advances in Environmental Psychology Volume 3: Energy Conservation, Psychological Perspectives

Edited By A. Baum, J. E. Singer, Jerome L. Singer Copyright 1981
    208 Pages
    by Psychology Press

    First published in 1982. It is not difficult to understand why interest in psychological aspects of energy production, consumption, and conservation has increased during the past decade. The stresses of living or working near power plants, the problems inherent in reducing fuel consumption, and the many applications of behavioral science to these issues have all received attention of late. This volume, the third in a series, is concerned with these issues-the ways in which psychology can contribute to understanding and helping to solve what has generally been termed an ''energy crisis”.



    Baum, A.; Singer, J. E.; Singer, Jerome L.